CJ 2330 - JUVENILE JUSTICE

Designed mainly for the student majoring in Criminal Justice. Studies the origin, philosophy, and development of the juvenile justice system, particularly the juvenile court. Emphasis is placed upon laws, detention, adjudication, probation, after-care, foster homes, and other alternative correctional practices. Students will understand the nature and origins of juvenile law and the guiding principles that drive the system. Campus: USU-CEU only Semester(s) Traditionally Offered: Fall

Dates Fall 2019 | 8/26/19 - 12/13/19
Times W 5:15 PM - 7:45 PM
Credits 3.0
Delivery Broadcast
Thornton, Jan Jan.Thornton@usu.edu
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Center CRN Building (Rooms)
USU Eastern-Price 48035 Central Instruction Building (224)
Brigham City 48037 Academic Classroom & Student Services Bldg (D219)
Logan 48038 Merrill-Cazier Library (421)
Moab 48039 To Be Determined
Southwest * 48040 To Be Determined
Tooele 48041 Tooele Center
Uintah Basin 48042 Bingham Center (129)
Uintah Basin 48042 Roosevelt Classroom Building (114N)
USU Eastern-Blanding 48043 To Be Determined

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